Most of our readers know that Mokosh products are made differently from other skin care. We are known for including only the purest, most precious botanicals in our products, selected from organic growers all over the world. At the same time, we are unwavering in our commitment to treading lightly on the planet, using sustainable and recyclable packaging, omitting palm oil and synthetic ingredients, and using 100% certified organic botanicals. We are thrilled to let you know that this commitment to both luxury and sustainability has resulted in Mokosh being chosen to feature in a prestigious coffee table book celebrating 20 years of Rolls-Royce at Goodwood. This book will showcase the ‘best in class’ in sustainable luxury, and we are honoured to appear in the publication alongside some of the world’s most esteemed brands.
For 20 years, every Rolls-Royce motor car has been built by hand at a state-of-the-art a facility on the Goodwood estate, owned by the Duke of Richmond and Gordon. The facility is designed to have the smallest possible impact on the environment. Across a 42-acre site, Rolls-Royce has established more than 400,000 plants and trees of 120 different species, while the exterior of the award-winning facility is constructed with sustainably sourced limestone and cedar.
Quality over quantity
By focusing on quality construction and the user experience, Rolls-Royce has achieved amazing lasting power, with 80% of all Rolls-Royce cars ever produced still on the road today.
We are delighted that our similar values of sustainability and quality have been recognised, and we look forward to the launch of the book entitled “Strive for Perfection. Celebrating 20 years of Goodwood, a champion of sustainable luxury”, taking place in October at Grosvenor House, London.
We can’t wait to share snippets from the book with you, particularly the published article describing Mokosh and our commitment to sustainable luxury. We look forward to attending the launch in London and hope to be able to share the experience with you in virtual form. Now, the important question: what to wear?